The latest action RPG game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt from developer CD Projekt RED has been quite popular with fans.
The game was released for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 19 May, 2015. The game is set in an open-world environment and features its protagonist witcher Geralt of Rivia.
YouTube users have pointed to various exploits in the game. One of them is the unlimited money exploit that helps players who are facing trouble making gold.
Players will have to buy shells from merchants, dismantle them and later sell the pearls for a higher price. Players will be able to make as much as 1000 crowns per minute.
Below is a step-by-step explanation of how the exploit works (Gamepur):
Step 1: Go to the merchant at Hierarch Square in Novigrad. Buy all his Shells and Sea Shells. Now exit the shop and talk to the merchant again, he will have all shells in stock again! Buy as many as you can.
Step 2: Go to the armourer right next to the merchant. Dismantle the Shells to get pearls. Sell the pearls to the armourer until he runs out of money.
Step 3: Meditate for 5 days and the armourer will have roughly 1000 coins again. Sell pearls to him again, and repeat as many times as you want.
Players will be making a profit of 109 coins since buying and dismantling the shells will be costing 8 coins and selling it gets them 109 coins.
Check the below video from YouTube user PowerPyx for more clarity:
Head Bug Revealed
Redditor ThinkSammich has found a head bug in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, something akin to Assassin's Creed Unity's glitch that caused fan outrage. The Reddit user posted that this bug removed the head of Triss Merigold.
He noted in his Reddit post: "Just wanted to note: I have gotten a few PMs that were upset about this post. I did not intend for this to be negative towards CD Projekt Red in any way. These kinds of hiccups are expected week one in a game the size of TW3. It in no way detracted from my experience, I got a good laugh out of it and continued on my way."
"Pulp Fiction" Easter Egg [SPOILERS]
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt includes an Easter egg from the 1994 Palme d'Or winning movie, "Pulp Fiction," by writer-director Quentin Tarantino.
Redditor Grimmy616 has shared the video that was found while wandering the keep of minor noble in Velen. The character passes through some of the guards, who prefer silence sometimes and choose to speak at other times.
So when stopped at the staircase, the guards who stood there are seen uttering:
"Well...bring out the Gimp."
"The Gimp's sleeping."
"Well, I guess you're just gonna have to go wake him up now, won't you?"
The character of Gimp was one of the most disturbing and creepy ones in "Pulp Fiction".
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is likely to have many such Easter eggs hidden in the game.
(YouTube Courtesy: Grimmy616)